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European Horizons
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

European Horizons (EuH) is a think-tank based at Yale University in the USA. It was founded on February 14th, 2015 at the European Student Conference 2015 by undergraduate and graduate students from Yale University, 44 other American universities, and College d’Europe. EuH was born out of our desire to foster a discourse on the future of the EU here in the USA. It aims to propound a platform of ideas for defining European Identity, modernizing and reforming the European Social Market Economy, and deepening European integration in the areas of energy, immigration, foreign policy, defense, and security. To this end, EuH will establish a network of students, scholars, professors, professionals, and policy-makers who will be united by their commitment to the European ideal. The think-tank will encompass chapters in American and a select number of European universities, an academic journal that will publish research and academic papers, and an online blog that will express the opinions of EuH members on EU affairs. EuH will also host an annual conference at Yale University that will convene students (both undergraduate and graduate), professors, and advisers to discuss the challenges that confront the EU and to generate policy papers with proposed solutions. EuH has been endorsed by distinguished figures such as the EU Ambassador to the USA, David O’Sullivan, the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair, and the former European Commissioner for Trade and former Director-General of the World Trade Organization, Pascal Lamy, and by qualified academics such as Professors Vivien Schmidt, Seyla Benhabib, Adam Tooze, and Jolyon Howorth. By bringing together people with diverse backgrounds in different settings from universities, EU institutions, and civil society we hope to build a unique think-tank that will be able to raise awareness about European Union studies in the United States and participate actively in policy debates on the future of the EU.